Default in XenApp 7.x is the Enhanced User Experience installed. With the Enhanced User Experience XenApp makes the “Look and Feel” of Windows Server 2008R2 more like Windows 7. This is great for users who are more familiar with Windows 7 than Windows Server 2008R2. By default this feature will create two extra icons on the taskbar. A icon for IE and Windows Media Player.
At a customer I recently had to create a DFS design and then implement it. The customer already had a fileserver and share structure but wanted to start using DFS for replicating and HA. I created an Excel sheet to make an inventory of all the shares and a design for DFS. After that I created a PowerShell script to create the DFS environment. In the Excel
Because Zero Profile is such a big topic I created a video about it. The video is in Dutch. A manual for Zero Profiling in Dutch. http://www.dtncomputers.nl/Downloads/Blog/ZeroProfile/RES_ZERO_Profile_Platinum_Cloud.pdf The Mandatory Profile GPO: Windows Components/Remote Desktop Services/Remote Desktop Session Host/Profiles Set path for Remote Desktop Services Roaming User Profile: Enabled Profile path: %RESPFDIR%\Data\DBCache\Resources\custom_resources\Mandatory Use mandatory profiles on the RD Session Host server: Enable Path for the restore application: C:\Program Files